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A new law calls for an increase in the minimum flight time required of pilots…
by Linda Werfelman
A business jet was in clouds when the pilots initiated a steep descent, following a…
by Mark Lacagnina
Efforts of the International Helicopter Safety Team seem to be producing results.
by Douglas W. Nelms
A new edition of the airport surface marking and signs handbook furthers standardization among airports.
by Gerhard Gruber
Twelve steps to implementing a safety management system.
by John Sheehan
A small child’s fall reminds adults of the need for close supervision and reveals inadequate…
by Wayne Rosenkrans
Auditors urge quicker upgrades of U.S. safety data analysis to discover national risk trends.
The pilot flew the R44 low and slow on the Western Australia sightseeing flight.
I hate to keep beating the same drum, but there is one issue on which…
by William R. Voss
Make no mistake, the effort to catapult air traffic control technology to a revolutionary and…
by J.A. Donoghue
Flow and Check or Do and Verify?
by Flight Safety Foundation
Fatigue Fighting Proposals | Harmonized Pilot Licensing | and more …
Advancing the new BARS program Flight Safety Foundation has begun delivering training courses that advance…
Risk also lurks between flights.
by Rick Darby
An unofficial investigative team tries to reconstruct the fatal accident.
by Rick Darby and Patricia Setze
Calculations using the A340’s landing weight, rather than its takeoff weight, led to a ‘sluggish’…